Supersymmetry in problems of quantum mechanics
A connection is discussed between the group SU(2) and supersymmetry for a series of quantum mechanical problems. It is pointed out that the impossibility of factorizing Hamiltonians obtained based on representations of the group SU(2) indicates that the supersymmetry of the system is broken.
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